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Old 01-09-2019, 01:41 AM
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Toyota Pwr Steering Bracket Fabrication

In 2007, at an early stage of my F1 build, I put together in an Album, some Photos and a Step-by-Step Instruction as to how I went about fabricating a Mounting Bracket for my Toyota Power Steering Box. At the time, the Album got quite a bit of traffic until it, and everything else in my Profile disappeared. Since then, I would get contacted about it from time to time possibly because it was referenced in an old Thread or something. With another inquiry recently, I thought I should try to create it again. I still had the Pics from 12 years ago, the Bracket still works great, and my feeble brain remembered most of what I had done. I've attached it as a PDF if anyone's interested. I'll keep it around to share if I get PM'd.

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Thanks for posting this again. I too made one like it about ten years ago when I started putting my 49F1 back together. Sad to say I am still putting it back together.
 
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Thanks for posting this again. I too made one like it about ten years ago when I started putting my 49F1 boack together. Sad to say I am still putting it back together.
Started with this 45 days ago. Still figuring out if I have all the parts. It's a 49 F1 too. Trying to get the bones together, may do more upgrades down the line. I hear of many people biting too much off, or circumstances changing.

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I didn't bite too much off but, I spent over five years with having a left knee replaced and then the right knee replaced two times because the dr messed the first one up. I still need to get the left done again but not doing it until I got to. My truck has came along way this year and today I finished the wiring harness. Next is to patch the doors and fenders. The bracket he shows works great too.
 
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Stock harness or a 12 volt. I'm heading that way soon, going to convert to 12 volt. Just came to pick up my redone bench seat, wrong colors AARRRGGGHHH
 
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Great idea to put that down in a .pdf. Thanks for that.

I've got a lot of miles on my bracket without a lick of trouble either. I wonder if I have a write up from when I did it?

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Stock harness or a 12 volt. I'm heading that way soon, going to convert to 12 volt. Just came to pick up my redone bench seat, wrong colors AARRRGGGHHH
It was a ez-wire 21 circuit harness
 
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Dawg,
Great idea to put that down in a .pdf. Thanks for that.

I've got a lot of miles on my bracket without a lick of trouble either. I wonder if I have a write up from when I did it?

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Yeah, but You did some Communist A$$-Backwards mounting Brother !
 

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